Grammys

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on January 28, 2018. The CBS network broadcast the show live from Madison Square Garden in New York City. The show was moved to January to avoid coinciding with the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, as was the case in 2010 and 2014. James Corden returned as host. The ceremony recognizes the best recordings, compositions and artists of the eligibility year, which ran from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.
News and discussion about the annual Grammy Awards.
  • TMZ

    Lil Nas X Postmates 'Old Town Road' Partner Billy Ray Cyrus a Maserati

    Lil Nas X is showing the love to his country counterpart on "Old Town Road" ... by delivering him a seriously stylish whip for that ride down Rodeo. The rapper and Postmates devotee wanted to get Billy Ray Cyrus a gift as a token of appreciation for his support on X's track ... so he utilized the delivery service to make it happen. Yes, Postmates can even deliver a Maserati sports car. Lil Nas -- dressed in cowboy boots and a matte black hat -- surprised the country star at his L.A.-area home Monday night, and Billy Ray was stoked. The 2 then hopped in the Maserati GranTurismo Convertible to take it for a spin, and according to Cyrus ... they might still be cruising. No word if they'll hit up

  • Billboard

    Blake Shelton's 'God's Country' Crowns Hot Country Songs Chart

    Shelton notches his first leader since 2013. Blake Shelton scores his 14th No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, and first since "Sure Be Cool If You Did" led for five weeks in March and April 2013, as "God's Country" rises 2-1 in its eighth week on the airplay-, streaming- and sales-driven survey (dated May 25). "Honestly, I wasn't even looking for songs, or to go in the studio, but my producer [Scott Hendricks] called me one say and said, 'I've got a few songs you need to listen to,' and 'God's Country' was the first one that he played," Shelton tells Billboard. "Country" concurrently climbs into the top 10 on the Country Airplay chart (11-10), becoming his 32nd top 10, with a 13% gain to 23.4 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music.

  • LIVE: The Damned Things are the last true rock stars
    Substream Magazine

    LIVE: The Damned Things are the last true rock stars

    To witness The Damned Things live is to remember why we all fell in love with rock and roll in the first place. The term rockstar is thrown around a lot right now. Much like the term queen, the term rockstar has become synonymous with anyone people view as being exceptional at their craft. That thinking applies to those in music as much as those that exist outside of it, but there was a time not long ago when the term carried far more weight. Rockstars were, at least to those who followed them, Gods among humans. Rockstar were individuals who used their gifts to create art that inspired and supported the working class. They were proof that anyone could find a way to rise above their surrounding,

  • Ty Dolla $ign and J. Cole have released new single 'Purple Emoji'
    AFP Relax News

    Ty Dolla $ign and J. Cole have released new single 'Purple Emoji'

    J.Cole is a featured guest of Ty Dolla $ign on new single "Purple Emoji."

  • Adam Lambert Opens Up About Coming Out, Talks New Album 'Velvet'
    etcanada

    Adam Lambert Opens Up About Coming Out, Talks New Album 'Velvet'

    Adam Lambert is applying his life lessons to his new album. The Grammy-nominated singer opened up about his personal journey in a new interview with Hunger Magazine. “I was lucky enough to grow up in a really open family; they were really supportive of me when I came out at 18,” he shared. “Then I moved to LA and I became an adult and had my share of relationships and adventures.” “Over the next 10 years, I had my own personal journey of identity and relationships,” he continued. “By the time I became a public figure I had already had 10 years to decide the man I wanted to be.” Lambert, 37, is currently working on Velvet, his first solo studio album since 2015's The Original High. “I look back

  • Billboard

    Emerging Country: Seaforth Follows In Keith Urban's Footsteps as Australian Country Songwriters

    Welcome to Emerging Country Artist Spotlight, a Billboard series where we highlight an up-and-coming act who is making a splash in the genre. This week's pick is country duo Seaforth, who got their start as solo artists before realizing their combined strengths as singers and songwriters. Seaforth borrows their name from the Sydney suburb the duo grew up in. Friends since pre-school, Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson pursued musical careers separately before deciding to team up together. With the harmonies and hook-laden lyrics heard on debut single “Love That,” the duo proves that two voices are certainly better than one. For nearly six years, the Australia natives traveled back and forth to Nashville

  • Country Music Hall Of Fame® and Museum Announces Details For Kacey Musgraves: All Of The Colors
    PR Newswire

    Country Music Hall Of Fame® and Museum Announces Details For Kacey Musgraves: All Of The Colors

    NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is set to tell the story of trailblazing artist Kacey Musgraves in the exhibition Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors. This, coupled with her love of witty wordplay, has endeared her to like-minded and innovative artists including her heroes Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson and John Prine. "Kacey Musgraves is progressive, yet has a sound rooted in tradition.

  • DJ Khaled on Nipsey Hussle: 'He's like a prophet'
    Associated Press

    DJ Khaled on Nipsey Hussle: 'He's like a prophet'

    NEW YORK (AP) — During the recording of what became one of Nipsey Hussle's final songs, the rapper and DJ Khaled spoke passionately about "our families, entrepreneurship, leadership and just love," Khaled recalls.

  • Lil Jon on staying relevant in pop culture and making a Christmas song with the Kool-Aid Man
    Entertainment Weekly

    Lil Jon on staying relevant in pop culture and making a Christmas song with the Kool-Aid Man

    Lil Jon on making a Christmas song with Kool-Aid Man

  • Fashion Brigade details Origins of new songs “First Sunny Day of the Year” and “Middle C”: Stream
    Consequence of Sound

    Fashion Brigade details Origins of new songs “First Sunny Day of the Year” and “Middle C”: Stream

    Indie songwriter Elia Einhorn found a spark in the city of Glasgow and the music of Frankie Cosmos.

  • System of a Down’s Serj Tankian sings Game of Thrones track “The Rains of Castamere”: Stream
    Consequence of Sound

    System of a Down’s Serj Tankian sings Game of Thrones track “The Rains of Castamere”: Stream

    The System of a Down singer previously performed song in concert two years ago.

  • Grant Farm Tackles Archtypal Characters & Musical Prowess Via "Arjuna The Believer"
    Glide Magazine

    Grant Farm Tackles Archtypal Characters & Musical Prowess Via "Arjuna The Believer"

    Grant Farm is a brotherhood with a song to sing and a story to tell. The upcoming double-vinyl release, Broke In Two (June 14, 2019), delves deep into the human relationship with the mystic, furthering the storylines and characters introduced on Kiss The Ground (2016). Broke In Two is an evolution of this concept, developing Archetypal characters such as The Innocent One and The Wanderer in the song “Arjuna The Believer”, Nester the Condemned and The Monarch King in “Nester”, and introducing The Rebel in “Life Of Riley” and the Caregiver in “Tumbleweed”. Real life experiences interplay with these characters, especially in “River Styx” and “The Salmon Song”, both of which reflect true experiences

  • Billboard

    GOT7 Return With New Single 'Eclipse': Watch

    The lead song from their newly-released EP Spinning Top : Between Security & Insecurity, also out on Monday, “Eclipse” was written by GOT7's JB, under his songwriting moniker DEFSOUL, in collaboration with a variety of collaborators. The music video for "Eclipse" switches off between scenes of each member singing on his own in a variety of sets, many of which are full of optical illusions and filmed to depict atypical spatial orientation, before GOT7 all come together to perform in a dark, shifting space, giving the whole thing a bit of a sci-feel. “Eclipse” is GOT7's first single of 2019, and precedes their upcoming Keep Spinning world tour. A tie-in with the album, which is GOT7's ninth EP since they got their start in 2014, Spinning Top : Between Security & Insecurity features six tracks, all of which are co-written by members of the act, with Yugyeom, Jinyoung, Youngjae (as Ars), and BamBam also credited on tracks.

  • Spink to Offer the Michael Gleason Collection of Original Master Recordings of Musical Performances, Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, Part 1
    PR Newswire

    Spink to Offer the Michael Gleason Collection of Original Master Recordings of Musical Performances, Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, Part 1

    LONDON, May 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Spink is honoured to present the first part of the Michael Gleason Collection, comprised of the original master recordings of musical performances of eighteen world-renowned artists performing over sixty songs at Abbey Road Studios. The auction will take place on June 20th, 2019 at Spink's headquarters office in London. In 2005, Michael Gleason, a successful Texan entrepreneur and producer residing in London, decided to create and produce Live from Abbey Road, a new music television performance series.

  • San Francisco, CA Patch

    The Clean-Up! //Sol Doc and Goers //The Optimystics

    The Clean-Up!:is a 10 piece All Star Band of Bay Area performers, actively playing tight and punishing original Dance Funk, Chicha Cumbia, and Dub Soul and even tearing through 1950's style Rock N Roll with stinging horns, tight and deep pocket drum and bass, (and washboard!), wailing Fender guitars, blazing percussion and a power house set of vocalists, all from the SF Bay Area. Originally founded in Oakland California in 2007 by lead singer and guitarist Gardner Goetze, this band not only was hailed as San Francisco's Grand Slam Party Band for its first tenure from '07-2012, but had a significant backing band presence on stage and studio behind a heavy list of Reggae and Funk musicians. Featuring